It's Twisty's Turn

May. 22, 2008 at 11:54am

The Hidden Amphibian

(or... The rewards of searching thoroughly)

I'm quite sure that many of you, like myself, have gotten a kick out of R.R. Anderson's splendiferous website, Holistic Forge Works.  Perhaps you too, like myself, thought that you had explored every nook and cranny, and found every gag.

Well, guess again.  Turns out that even this guy's HTML code is funny.  No, really... take a look. (Ctrl+U in most browsers)

Oh, and R.R... I was just looking for your email address.  Honest!

comments [6]  |  posted under Chalk People


by KevinFreitas on 5/22/2008 @ 1:18pm
Ah yes, the ASCII goodness. Saw that some time ago and noticed his affinity for it in other realms. Not an easy medium to work with but he does so well.

by NineInchNachos on 5/22/2008 @ 1:43pm
I prefer aerophibian.

thanks for being entertained. i try and leave hidden clues for the seekers.

by AP on 5/22/2008 @ 1:58pm
I want to see last week's Trenbeath in this format by the end of the day.

by izenmania on 5/22/2008 @ 3:16pm
(psst... turtles ain't amphibians)

by NineInchNachos on 5/22/2008 @ 3:24pm

by izenmania on 5/22/2008 @ 3:39pm
Even sea turtles have to come up to the surface for air... amphibians (such as frogs) spend at least part of their life-cycle with gills.

(True, they are amphibious in the sense that they live in both environments. But they are not technically amphibians, biologically.)